Trailer: 1999 17 ft Casita Spirit Deluxe ('Inn EggsIsle')
[quote] Boy, we've got a long way to go to catch some of you birds, this summer will be a biggy though with Bullards beach, OR in the offering. After this trip you can visit Karen and I in the local paupers prison, will have to let you know where at a later date, not sure where in the trail we'll run out of money Attachment 2858
Update after our 11,110 Northwest and beyond trip, we were gone 2 months and still married, ain't that sumpin???
__________________ Love being Inneggsile heading sloowly up the eastcoast to our next 2 month (Aug and Sept) camp hosting gig at Camden Hills State Park in Maine
This is a terrific thread ... don't know how we missed seeing it before What fun to see where others have been on FG Egg-ventures!
Here is the map of our travels with the GeezerEgg since claiming it in Liberty, MO in June of 2004. As we began full-timing on August 26th, we look forward to adding color to lots more states. Happy holidays and all good things in the New Year! L 'n D
__________________ “Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life's coming attractions.” A. Einstein
One of the benefits of our fiberglass RVs is that they can just pick up and go with us just about anywhere. During my life I have traveled to the majority of the states in the US, Pueto Rico, a couple of Canadian Provinces, Mexico, and Germany. HOWEVER, I've only had my Casita for four years so it hasn't traveled as much as I have. Although I try to go as often as I can, sometimes I just can't take her. Plus, Texas is a BIG state and she doesn't get to cross the borders that often, but I do like to see where all she's been.
[b]Remember, only those places that your trailer has been.
Looks to me like one would have to spend a lot of time and money to get bragging rights for this one. My wife isn't retired yet so we won't make any significant changes until she does. Like many others we did a lot of travelling pre FGRV but that doesn't count. Alaska, Labrador, and the Grand Canyon area are on our to-do list.
We may never get as much color as some already have because we tend to travel the scenic route(slow) and get easily distracted(slower). There was a time when I traveled from Toronto to Vancouver return in two weeks(flew close to the ground) in a new Mustang convertible. It's hard to look at the scenery when it's going by that fast. Now we don't go as fast but I think we enjoy more.